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Just when you thought you couldn't love Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher any more, new details emerge about their parenting style that will convince you that they are by far some of the best celebrity parents in the game.
During an interview with The Kylie & Jackie O Show, Kunis, who is expecting her second child with her former That '70s Show co-star, discussed values that she feels are important for her children to have, especially when being raised by such successful, wealthy parents, according to E! News.
"The one topic of conversation we had even prior to ever having kids was always how do you raise a child to not be an a-hole?" the mom of toddler Wyatt Isabelle said. "And it's so important because we both came from pretty, pretty, solid poverty backgrounds and grew up very poor and are very much self-made and are very aware of what a dollar is worth."
While the actress, who married Kutcher last summer in a top-secret wedding, said it's "beautiful" that their children will never know what it's like "to have ketchup soup for dinner" she admits they will "never know how to appreciate things."
"It's a matter of teaching them from a very early age that you know mommy and daddy may have a dollar, but you're poor."
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This isn't the first time that Kunis has sounded off about the realities of parenthood. While on the road promoting her new upcoming movie Bad Moms, she has been talking about how women shouldn't worry about having to be the perfect parents and how perfect parents don't exist. She also revealed how becoming a parent has changed her.
"It does change the way you think and look at life," Kunis told Entertainment Tonight. "I would never trade it for the world. I know that when we decided to have a kid, we were ready to no longer be selfish. Or at least start the process, because innately, as humans, we are really selfish people."
"You learn how to be a great partner, and great wife, and a great woman, and be yourself, and still be responsible for, you know, a living child," she went on. "It's definitely a learning process."
Baby Wyatt is pretty lucky to have such cool parents, that's for sure.